Edible Magazine Article: All Things Liquid
Edible Sarasota Magazine dove right in and devoted an entire issue to all things liquid. Editor Tracy Freeman said she was skeptical until her team started talking about all of the local drink options and she stated: “The creative juices started to flow until our cups ranneth over.” In the Spring 2017 issue, the coverage includes a local dairy that gives ecotours, four flourishing craft beer breweries, several mixology cocktail recipes, plus what Tracy calls “the best-kept secret for bottled water,” our own “Earth’s Thunderstorm in a Bottle” (Read the two-page article on Watt-Ahh® here).
Randi Donahue of Edible Sarasota crafted the words of this well-researched article that resulted from a phone interview with Dana Gourley of AquaNew. The article covers the discovery of Watt-Ahh® in Sarasota and its launch into the national commercial market almost a decade ago. The article gets into its geeky side of growing plants with the Polarized Water for greater bioavailable nutrients (less lignin) and the body’s need for electrons to support energy for healing. Dana states in the article: “This water, with its geeky type of background, tastes like really outstanding water.” For foodies, Dana recommends using the Polarized Water to enhance the flavor of their favorite coffee or tea.
Electron Energy: Can Electrons Lower Your
Business’ Energy Costs?
By: Rob Gourley (Inventor; CEO of WIT International and AquaNew)
The capacity of harnessing the energy potential of water has eluded many scientists. When the bonds of oxygen and hydrogen are broken through electrolysis it creates unstable gases. Simply put, oxygen and hydrogen will not bind without a reaction that converts it back to liquid water.
A non-electrolysis process has been discovered. It involves a magnetized reactor cell that adds electrons to liquid water such that the clusters of water molecules repel. The result is that liquid water converts to a stable electron-rich gas (without molecular bond breakage). The gas is breathable and can be infused into other liquids to raise the oxygen-reduction potential (ORP). One 80-cell machine can polarize over 60,000 gallons of pure water in a 24-hour period (or 10 batches of 6,000 gallons). The cost for polarization is very economical, involving only electricity to operate the machine, and approximately a total of 8 gallons of liquid water over a consecutive 24-hour period (at a rate of one Liter of liquid water converting to 1,800 Liters of gas @ ambient pressure and at room temperature (77°F.).
The applications for the gas are endless. The gas can be used for pre-treatment of incoming water, which lowers energy costs (approximately 30%) and extends the life of expensive reverse osmosis membranes. More efficient water purification (greater percent recovery of permeate) also provides the benefit of greater water conservation – an ongoing challenge for any beverage manufacturer, particularly those producing craft beer in drought-prone areas.
Electrons are nature’s best power supply, playing a huge role in support of healing within our own bodies. Plus, there are no secondary adverse effects. Additives in energy drinks, including sugar and caffeine, do not replace the capacity of electrons in combating fatigue. Without energy, we can neither heal nor have optimum cognitive function.
Next time you have an energy challenge, perhaps the solution is to Think Electrons!
About Rob Gourley
Rob Gourley is inventor and CEO of both WIT International and AquaNew (maker of Watt-Ahh® bottled polarized water) of Sarasota, FL. Visit www.WaterIonTechnologies.com for information on WIT machines. Rob also can be reached at email@example.com or call 1-888-936-2728.